"National Police Week"
Engagement by party
From Rep. Hayes, representing Connecticut

As part of National Police Week, #TeamHayes attended the City of Waterbury Memorial Ceremony for Fallen Police Officers and Firefighters.

We are forever grateful to all of our first responders and will never forget those who lost their lives in the line of duty.

From Sen. Carper, representing Delaware

Building safer communities is an all-hands-on-deck effort—& we need to invest in building trust & transparency.
Proud to join @JohnCarneyDE, Sen. Christopher A. Coons (D-DE) and Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester (D-DE) to announce funding to DE law enforcement—including $1.6 million to equip every officer with a body-worn camera.


This National Police Week, we honor all who serve to protect our communities and remember those who've fallen in the line of duty.

We must also give them the resources to build trust in our communities, from body worn cameras to community mental health support.

From Sen. Kennedy, representing Louisiana

Police officers risk their lives all the time to keep our communities safe.

This National #PoliceWeek, we take extra time to honor the brave men and women in uniform.

Cited source — senate.gov
From Sen. McConnell, representing Kentucky

As we observe National Police Week, I am thinking especially about the law enforcement officers Kentucky lost in the past year.

America’s law enforcement personnel are always there when we need them most. The least Congress can do is have their backs.

From Rep. Arrington, representing Texas

These law enforcement officers have faced an onslaught of undue criticism and have been unjustly denigrated by the media and many in the Democrat Party. 🧵

The left's unrelenting efforts to sow lawlessness and democrat cries for defunding the police have made our families less safe, our country more divided, and our society weaker.

Cited source — youtube.com
From Rep. Guest, representing Mississippi

It was an honor to join @Rep. Julia Letlow (R-LA-5) to introduce the National Police Week resolution. This legislation signals that, as their elected officials, Congress stands with officers to honor those men & women who paid the ultimate price in service to our communities & to our nation.

From Rep. Biggs, representing Arizona

Crime is skyrocketing across the country, especially in Democrat-run cities.

During National Police Week, House Democrats brought no bills to the floor in support of law enforcement.

We must support our nation's law enforcement. Period.

From Rep. Biggs, representing Arizona

As National Police Week comes to an end, we will continue to honor the heroes who dedicate their lives to keep our communities safe and remember the fallen who gave the ultimate sacrifice.


From Rep. Smith, representing Missouri

Missourians stand with law enforcement and reject Democrats’ dangerous “defund the police” nonsense. This National Police Week, let’s all express appreciation to the officers who work in our community!

Cited source — axios.com